Proliance ophthalmologists deal with a wide variety of eye-related issues, such as:
A growth that develops on the eyelid that can be either malignant (cancerous) or benign. Lesions can have many causes from infections to structural problems, such as styes or hordeolum and chalazion.
Strabismus (crossed eyes)
A misalignment of the eyes where one deviates inward toward the nose or outward while the other eye remains focused. There is a range of causes from stroke to head injury or neurological conditions and Graves’ disease.
A condition where the eye’s lens becomes cloudy, preventing light from reaching the retina and may cause light rays to scatter which distorts the image and can cause blurry vision or blindness in children.
Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
A blocked tear duct is caused by a partial or complete obstruction in the tear drainage system, likely caused by an injury, infection, or tumor. Symptoms include painful swelling near the inside corner of the eye, blurred vision, and constant severe tearing.
Healthcare professionals who provide primary vision care. They are trained to diagnose, examine, treat, and manage conditions of the visual system and associated structures via corrective lenses, medication, and surgical procedures.